Bitcoin Fundamental Drivers Analysis


After yesterday’s Bitcoin price decline, what reports has helped the digital currency to recover? Learn this from the 22 February Bitcoin Fundamental Drivers Analysis from OctaFX.

22 February, OctaFX – Yesterday, Bitcoin fell more than 1000 points. It found its support at the $10,155 level. This drop was purely technical since there was no major negative market-moving data. Potentially, this drop came as traders took profits following a more than 50% gain.

22 February Bitcoin Fundamental Drivers Analysis

Today, Bitcoin has recovered from some of the losses after reports emerged that Bitfinex and Coinbase were introducing a new software to reduce transaction costs by more than 20%. As you possibly know, one of the reasons why cryptocurrencies exist is to make transactions cheaper but this has not been the case. With reduced costs, there is a likelihood that more people and companies will adopt Bitcoin.

The adoption of Segwit by these exchanges will ultimately increase the transaction speed, reduce costs, and help create a more vibrant community. Therefore, with positive news coming internally from exchanges and externally from regulators, in the short term, Bitcoin is likely to continue moving up.

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